Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 325
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Lane Taylor

School: Oklahoma State
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior.
Positive: Strong, small-area blocker who displays terrific power at the point of attack. Possesses thick, wide build. Anchors in pass protection or drives defenders off the line run blocking. Works to bend his knees, plays with good lean, and keeps his head on a swivel. Jolts defenders with terrific hand punch and shows quickness in his all around game.
Negative: Heavy-legged, ineffective blocking in motion and struggles sliding in space. Displays a lot of stiffness and exploited by quick, nimble opponents.
Analysis: Taylor has the size and style to line up in a power-running offense at the next level, yet offers limited athleticism and may never amount to anything other than a reserve lineman.

Updated 4/30
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